Design and development
Our design and development services at a glance:
- web application development;
- responsive website design and development;
- re-design/new web design & development;
- logo design and graphic design (corporate identity);
- PSD (Photoshop design) to website conversion;
- structure plane;
functional design: user requirements, dataflows, wireframes, visuals.
- strategic plane.
user research:preparations, observations, personalias, scenarios, prototype presentation (sprint).
How we work
Campo Internet works on site projects according to the Waterfall method. This means the project has a clear analyses, design, development, testing and maintenance phase. During the project however we sometimes make use of sprints. It means that we have to deliver a quick prototype to the customer by creating wireframes directly in HTML and CSS. In that way we are able to present screenshots on different devices like mobile, laptop and widescreen. We buildt our websites for the most recent and used browsers on that specific moment. For extra wishes in that, we work according a maintenance contract or via addiotional appointments.
When it´s clear what the website needs to deliver for the client and customer, a good design is imperative for a website. If the customers are satisfied with the design, it points your business in the right direction. However, a design is never finished, because as Michael Shank, Professor at Stanford University, said: "design comes from human behavior." He thus shows that a design for a particular moment in its own unique environment can work excellently. But during certain times, clients can request a change in design in order to keep up with changes in the environment and/or user.
The design of a website is accomplished in three levels. Level 1 begins with the creation of a suitable design (usable design). The emphasis is on applying the needs and requirements of the client. The design should be straightforward that it is able to communicate to tell the customers about the business. Level 2 takes into consideration the needs of the user (user centered design). In level 3 the perception that the users get when browsing through the site is taken into consideration (user experience). The perception of a product or service should come back into the website.
The development of the site consists of roughly two parts. There is a Front-End part where the design is made visible online in code (html,css,jquery,bootstrap) and usability needs to be monitored. The Back_End part comprises the code that is responsible for the data processing from the presentation layer to e.g., an intermediate layer and / or database, web service, or admin management and vice versa.